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Nashua consignment shop owner arrested in theft case
NASHUA — A man who ran a consignment shop out of his home is accused of fencing property stolen in a residential burglary in Hollis.
Dennis J. Little, 50, of 45 Lowell St., was arrested Saturday at the Valley Street jail in Manchester, where he was being detained on an unrelated charge, on one count of receiving stolen property, a class A felony.
Last November, a home on Pine Hill Road in Hollis was burglarized. Nashua police assisted Hollis police in investigating the crime and determined some of the stolen property was sold to a consignment shop run by Little, according to a press release.
“I think pawn store owners are doing the best they can to screen out the purchase of stolen property,” said Lt. Michael Moushegian. “This one was different. We can prove that Mr. Little was knowingly in possession of stolen property, an element of the crime.”
Police obtained a search warrant and in January recovered the allegedly stolen property from Little’s home.
What’s next: Little was released on $1,000 cash/surety bail with arraignment Sept. 10 in 9th Circuit Court, Nashua District.
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